A Whisp-Spud begins its decent into Cajon Pass from Summit on a warm summer day in one of railroading's more iconic spots.
Brand New BNSF 8384, 4342, 4909, 4784 & CREX 1330 leads this stack upgrade.
A Union Pacific automobile train pauses at Cajon while its helpers are cut off on July 6th, 1990. this train will resume its westbound journey shortly, behind UP SD40-2s 3344, 3495 and 3369, alon... (more)
Rolling through Cajon, California, (under hot and humid monsoonal skies) is BNSF train Z-WSPLAC9-24A (Priority UPS-LTL Intermodal; Willow Springs IL to Los Angeles CA) that features a break from t... (more)
GECX 2028 East slows for a diverging approach at Cajon where it will crossover from main 2 to 3.
"Three Devils" UP 3666, UP 4434, NS 8108 & NS 1145 leads 122lds, 9694tns 7102ft Southbound down the grade.
Chicago to Los Angeles intermodal train 188 was descending Cajon Pass westbound led by a freshly shopped unit painted in the proposed "Shouldn't have Painted So Fast" SPSF merger paint s... (more)
BNSF 7970 leads this hot WB Z at Cajon.
UP 8968 leads the KG1LA on BNSF rails on Main 3 at Cajon.
This westbound unit seems to indicate that odd paint job wouldn't have held up and Cajon would be more boring so I'm happy SPSF never came off. Nice little interlude though.
A pair of consecutively numbered ex-Missouri Pacific SD40-2's front this Eastbound Union Pacific train heading up Cajon Pass.
A westbound BNSF stack train rounds Sullivan's Curve, as it heads down Cajon Pass.